Mexican drug cartels buying weapons from around the world: Far easier than running the border with a load

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Marti Oakley (c)copyright 2010 All Rights Reserved

While our Border Patrol and law enforcement agencies along the southern border are attacked on a daily basis by drug cartels and others, our government sits idly by and does virtually nothing. Jim DeMint’s recent attempt to pass legislation to finish the fence was rejected; this while American citizens are kidnapped, tortured, harassed and terrorized and murdered in the war that is escalating on our southern border. 

Eric Holder, our current Attorney General, like all his predecessors, has refused to perform his duty under Title 8 of the USC and defend the border.  Instead our border agents and law enforcement are prohibited from taking any action in defense of that border, even as they and the communities around them are attacked in life threatening situations.  Continue reading

A news flash for the District of Criminals: It is 9/11 everday on our southern border

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Marti Oakley (c)copyright 2010 All rights Reserved

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I have a news flash for you jackasses in the District of Criminals….WE ARE UNDER ATTACK!  It is 9/11 everyday on our southern border and for our citizens there.  What?  No NORTHCOM?  No Swat teams? No riot police?  No CIA? No FBI?  No drones?  No ADS systems or sonic weapons?  No tanks rolling through like they do in many of our major cities?  No satellite images to zero in on moving targets?  Where are you guys?  What?  Do you just save that stuff for those radical American citizens who protest the ever growing corporate government that has been steadily killing off our country for the last several decades?

We can send troops all over the world to defend other people (only if they have assets we want), to bring democracy to people who don’t want it (after all, look at the example we have set) and appear out of no where when an earthquake occurs on an island.  But we can’t defend America from an illegal invasion, or its citizens from an act of war coming from a neighboring country.  You don’t see any threat there?

Just so I understand everything correctly and to make sure I have it all right, here is the state of our country:  Continue reading

Oklahoma’s Charles Key Vows to Continue the Sovereignty Fight

In a follow-up to the article “Oklahoma Declares Sovereignty,” I located a piece from World Net Daily that addresses some questions regarding the reason behind HJR 1089, such as the one that Kooch posted to this site yesterday:

It only looks like they are preparing to do something the central government says they can’t do. This could be related to a divisive issue like abortion, gay marriage, etc. Or it could be about business.

Well Kooch, you were right. The impetus for this  was due to the Fed’s heavy handed intrusion into Oklahoma’s stance on illegal immigration:

The Sooner State became a hotbed of federal vs. state authority clashes earlier this month when a federal judge blocked a portion of Oklahoma’s tough immigration laws, ruling that plaintiffs would likely establish that the state mandates preempted federal immigration laws.

Oklahoma’s immigration statute, known as the Oklahoma Taxpayer and Citizen Protection Act of 2007, originated as House Bill 1804 (co-authored, incidentally, by Key). It has been characterized by USA Today as “arguably the nation’s toughest state law targeting illegal immigration.”

The statute prohibits illegal immigrants from receiving tax-supported services and makes it a state crime to transport or harbor illegal immigrants. It also mandates that businesses take measures to verify the work eligibility of employees and independent contractors.

The U.S. Chamber of Commerce and individual chambers of commerce in Oklahoma challenged the latter mandates, set to go into effect July 1, in court.

On June 4th, U.S. District Judge Robin J. Cauthron issued an injunction against enforcing the July 1 mandates.

“We’ve just had a federal judge say that our immigration law’s employer provisions are unconstitutional, claiming it as federal government territory,” said Key in response. “That goes right to the issue of (Resolution 1089). The federal government doesn’t have the right to have sole domain over that issue or many of the issues it has spilled over into.”

The bill is also languishing in dormancy in the Rules Committee, as pointed out by Oldphart and Enlighten:

Though House Joint Resolution 1089 received great support in Oklahoma’s House of Representatives, it has now hit a roadblock. In the state’s Senate, where the seats are split, 24-24, between Republicans and Democrats, the resolution was sent to the Senate’s rules committee, where it languished without action until the legislature adjourned.

According to Key, the Senate has worked out agreements on how to manage the political tie, including power given to the Democratic senators to not hear certain bills. Those senators, says Key, refuse to even hear Resolution 1089.

In the House, where Republicans enjoy a 57-44 majority, Resolution 1089 received a hearing and was supported overwhelmingly on both sides of the aisle.

“I was on the Democratic side of the floor,” said Key, “and one member went off talking about how far we’ve gotten, how bad (federal overreaches of power) are getting – it’s the kind of thing you hear in coffee shops.”

We shouldn’t give up hope however, as State Representative Charles Key vows to continue the fight:

Key said his bill “is making a difference” in the way legislators in Oklahoma are talking and thinking about state’s rights. “I think it will make even more of a difference,” he said, “when I bring it up again.” He vows to put the pressure on Oklahoma’s Senate to pass a resolution like 1089, and he plans to begin communicating the cause with legislators around the country, urging them to bring up the issue in their states.

Key passed a similar resolution in 1994, when he was serving a previous tenure in the legislature. But that attempt was only a House resolution. He authored 1089 as a joint resolution because, he said, he wanted to increase its exposure. “As people who believe in this constitutional form of government,” he said, “we need to bring this issue to a national level and debate.” (World Net Daily) LINK

Barb

Illegal Immigration – The Hegelian Dialectic in Action

Caution sign The Hegelian Dialectic, simply defined, is the process by which a problem is created in order for a pre-determined solution to be implemented. This pre-determined solution is intended to advance an agenda, also pre-determined, that people might not normally go along with. For a more detailed definition, Click this link.

In the light of this definition, let’s look at illegal immigration. The borders are open, and people are screaming for border enforcement. Hmmm…. The obvious reasons a corrupt government would have for not enforcing existing immigration laws and keeping the Mexican borders wide open are:

  • To help bring about the NAU
  • To destroy the existing American economy in the name of globalization
  • To eliminate the middle class

These are all things that we the people are fighting against, and justifiably so. But what if our justified fight against these things is one that has been manufactured by the very people we are fighting against in this corrupt government in order to promote their agenda?

Here is a not so obvious reason for the Mexican borders to remain wide open:

  • To create such a huge illegal immigration problem that the American people will scream for more border enforcement and stricter movement controls

In the name of border enforcement, which we the people are demanding, it does not take a severe stretch of the imagination to understand that the same techniques developed to enforce border controls can and will be used against the American people themselves.

So there you have it – the Hegelian Dialectic in action. Create a huge illegal immigration problem to get the people to demand a solution, develop techniques to control the population as a solution to the problem, then eventually use these same techniques against the people who demanded they be created in the first place. Brilliant.

Time to step out of the Hegelian Dialectic.

Copyright 2008, Barbara H. Peterson

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